Humanity Displayed in Diversionary’s Dear One

By David Dixon | October 26, 2020 |

From now through November, Diversionary Theatre is presenting three shows as part of “AmeriQueer: An Audio Play Series.” In an introduction, Artistic Director, Matt M. Morrow describes the LGBTQ-focused audiocast series “as a framework for this year’s election,” and “an antidote to the volatility of our current political moment.”

San Diego Opera’s Drive-In ‘La bohème’ Brings Live Opera Back with Panache

By Ken Herman | October 25, 2020 |

The most persuasive reason San Diego Opera to present the company’s production of Puccini’s “La bohème” in the Pechanga Arena parking lot: this cast it too spectacular to waste!

The San Diego Symphony Performs Beethoven and Mozart Online from The Conrad in La Jolla

By Ken Herman | October 24, 2020 |

Not at all afraid of belaboring the obvious, the San Diego Symphony titled its Friday concert streamed from The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center in La Jolla “The Return to Music.”

NCR’s ‘Same Time’ Still Credible as Romantic Comedy

By Bill Eadie | October 23, 2020 |

Same Time Next Year’s premise titillates mildly, but its relational dynamics ring true enough for contemporary sensibilities.

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